Public holidays and anniversaries are a joy for some, but trigger painful memories for others. Here are my thoughts...
If you’re younger, its time to stop and think about how much care and attention your mum gives to you every day. You may not even notice all the little things she does for you!
If you’re the man in her life, its time to show her how much you love and appreciate her womanly ways. If you’re older, and your mum is no longer with us, then Mothers Day is a time to remember your own growing up and acknowledge the skills you have learned from your mum and practiced on others. Even if you are not “officially” a mum, you may have “fur children” or even “plant children” who need every bit of your care and attention. So get them to buy you a gift to thank you too! I think its all about acknowledging the feminine within—the qualities of caring, nurturing and mothering with which women are so naturally gifted.
Happy Mothers Day from Carol Bannister : Careem Wellness Spa—where caring comes naturally!
So what do you think?